Sentine

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Sen´tine


n.1.A place for dregs and dirt; a sink; a sewer.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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23 and that she had kept the body and took "significant steps" to cover up the crime.  The death was due to blunt force trauma,(https://www.sun-sentinel.com/news/fl-ne-florida-dismembered-boyfriend-20190126-story.html)  the Sun Sentine l reported.
Meanwhile, Sentine Bristol, the mother of Windrush child Dexter, claims the stress of immigration problems led to his death in March, at age 57.
A survey taken by the Milwaukee Journal Sentine (319) shows the city's reactions to these incidents were complex and not always supportive of the victims, particularly victims of color or women who put on visual displays of their sexuality.
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We glimpse a sense of the heartbeat as metronome in "Ecloga IX, Scolastica," which I have just quoted: [...] Senti che da sotto di tutto se stesso ti regge; sentine tutto il respiro: non e, nemmeno nella morte, ancora non e faticoso (Le poesie e prose scelte 256).
The accuracy of sentine lymph node biopsy in multicentric and multifocal invasive breast cancer.
l'allumette du vice, la sentine d'ordure, un monstre de nature, un mal necessaire." His twenty-five portraits or views of woman each correspond to a letter of the alphabet.